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Enhanced Early Head Start with employment services: 42-month impacts from the Kansas and Missouri sites of the Enhanced Services for the Hard-to-Employ Demonstration and Evaluation Project

A study of the impact of a program model that incorporates parental employment and educational services into Early Head Start on service receipt, child care and early education experiences, employment, earnings, household income, parenting practices, parental psychological well-being, and child outcomes, based on data collected from 610 families randomly assigned to treatment or control groups at two pilot sites in Kansas and Missouri
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United States
Kansas; Missouri

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